The market announced Friday it will open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays at Bayport Avenue at Varian Street, the Industrial Arts District. Parking is available on Bing Street.
The market has been closed since the start of the shelter in place order. It was formerly located at 700 Laurel St., a location currently being used for outdoor dining to support local restaurants amid the pandemic.
“We thank the City of San Carlos for supporting this move so we can bring back our beloved farmers market,” the market announced on social media. “With the restaurants allowed to serve in the street, we are so pleased to find a new location by right by our amazing wineries and Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co.!”
The brewery was equally pleased about its new neighbor, stating on Facebook, “We’re so glad that you are all pumped for us to reopen, and we have some good news! Starting Sunday, September 6th, we’re welcoming and participating in the San Carlos Farmer’s Market! And guess where it is… Right outside the Beer Garden!”
No dogs will be allowed in the market. The market will require strict COVID-19 guidelines, including mask-wearing at all times.
Photo credit: San Carlos Farmers’ Market Facebook.